Terms and Conditions Document(s)
- Provide to a library of a non-Member or directly to a patron of a non-Member, by paper or electronic means, a single copy of an individual document being part of the Licensed Materials, within the guidelines of traditional interlibrary loan practices and applicable copyright laws. The Licensee acknowledges platform’s lack of content download functionality
- Participating Member Institutions and Authorized Users, may incorporate parts of the Licensed Materials in printed and electronic Course Packs and Electronic Reserve collections for the use of Authorized Users in the course of instruction at a Member Institution, and/or in Electronic Learning Environments hosted on a Secure Network, but not for Commercial Use. Each such item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source. Course Packs in alternate formats may also be offered to Authorized Users that require Accessible Formats.
- Participating Member Institutions and Authorized Users may distribute single copies of individual articles or items of the Licensed Materials in print or electronic form to Authorized Users. For the avoidance of doubt, classroom handouts shall include the distribution of a copy for teaching purposes to all individual student Authorized Users in a class at a Participating Member Institution. The Licensee acknowledges platform’s lack of content download functionality.
Schools that have a perpetual license are listed in Schedule 1. Note perpetual requires continued payment of the maintenance fee.
we cannot offer post termination access. The Digital Loeb Classical Library is a digital platform rather than a collection of e-books. Because it is not a static collection but continues to be updated as we add or update texts, it is not possible to download the library in its entirety. The functionality of the site relies on it being a web platform and it is technologically not possible for us to offer post termination access.
Multi-campus note added to amend license: COPPUL's policy is not to accept multi-campus fees because it penalizes physical location while the majority of use from all institutions is off-campus where physical location or campus is not a factor in use